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A lifelong reverence of Western and Asian cultural heritage

A lifelong reverence of Western and Asian cultural heritage
A lifelong reverence of Western and Asian cultural heritage has given Kai-Yin Lo the perspective and understanding of how to revitalize the distant past for the living present, echoing what the great designer Issey Miyake said: "Deep inside my heritage I find something brand new".

Bridging the gap between East and West

Bridging the gap between East and West
Bridging the gap between East and West, the priceless and the fashionable, Kai-Yin has reshaped conventional views regarding the value of jewellery and accessories, and the joy and reward of living with culture.

Vision and Accomplishment

Vision and Accomplishment
Over the years, Kai-Yin’s scholarship, vision and accomplishment have seen her become the First Principal Lecturer, Cross Culture, of Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London and Visiting Professor, Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing and founder of the Kai-Yin Lo Lecture at Asia Society New York.

Pioneer in Incorporating of semi-precious stones and Chinese Jade, into a new category of wearable art

Pioneer in Incorporating of semi-precious stones and Chinese Jade, into a new category of wearable art
Some three decades ago, Kai-Yin then based in New York City, pioneered the incorporating semi-precious stones and ancient jades in a range of design, giving them new life and relevance into everyday ornaments all could wear with ease.

Simple and strong circular forms to represent renewal and sustainability

Simple and strong circular forms to represent renewal and sustainability
In interpreting her favorite decorative motifs, Kai-Yin often uses simple and strong forms such as the circle to represent cosmic connotation, renewal and sustainability...

Trailblazer for Modern and Contemporary Chinese Art

Trailblazer for Modern and Contemporary Chinese Art

Kai-Yin Lo was the driver and organizer of the major exhibition of artist Wu Guanzhong at the British Museum in Spring 1992, the first-ever exhibition mounted for a living artist at that august body, an endosement of Modern Chinese art, and a precursor of Contemporary art.